Vision UK response to: Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s – DHSC consultation document

14 October 2019
Source: Vision UK

The Department for Health and Social Care are seeking views on proposals to tackle the causes of preventable ill health in England. The DHSC know that our health is shaped by the environment in which we live, the choices we make and the services we receive. ‘Prevention is better than cure’ is one of the oldest principles in medicine. It’s

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Vision UK Response To Prevention Green Paper October 2019 Final
Vision UK Response To Prevention Green Paper October 2019 Final
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Association of Optometrists response to the Green Paper on prevention

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24 July 2019
Source: Association of Optometrists

The Association of Optometrists (AOP) welcomes the ambitious goal for a smoke-free society in the Government’s green paper, Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s. The AOP recently launched a campaign to highlight the damaging impact smoking has on eye health. Our campaign, Stub it out, was inspired by our members telling us that they think not smoking is the

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‘The lives we want to lead’ – the LGA green paper for adult social care

6 December 2018
Source: LGA

The responses the LGA have received have make it clear beyond doubt: doing nothing is no longer an option. Years of significant underfunding of councils, coupled with rising demand and costs for care and support, have combined to push adult social care services to breaking point. The Government’s recent decision to delay its long-awaited green paper on the issue until

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The ADASS Physical and Sensory Impairment, HIV/AIDS network response to the LGA Green Paper consultation. In collaboration with Vision UK.

26 September 2018
Source: ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network + Vision UK

Attached is the ADASS Physical and Sensory Impairment, HIV/AIDS network response to the LGA Green Paper consultation. In collaboration with Vision UK. The lives we want to lead The LGA green paper for adult social care and wellbeing  is only a starting point and they want to build momentum for a debate across the country about how to fund the

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ADASS Physical And Sensory Impairmen Network  LGA Green Paper Consultation Response
ADASS Physical And Sensory Impairmen Network LGA Green Paper Consultation Response
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LGA: The lives we want to lead The LGA green paper for adult social care and wellbeing

31 July 2018
Source: Local Government Association

Your views matter. The LGA green paper is only a starting point and the LGA want to build momentum for a debate across the country about how to fund the care we want to see in all our communities for adults of all ages and how our wider care and health system can be better geared towards supporting and improving

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VISION 2020 UK response to the DOH and DWP: Improving lives: The Work, Health and Disability Green Paper Consultation

15 February 2017
Source: VISION 2020 UK

Attached is the VISION 2020 UK response to the  DOH and DWP: Improving lives: The Work, Health and Disability Green Paper Consultation.  This is for reference  The closing date for this was the 17th of February  

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DOH And DWP Improving Lives Consultation VISION 2020 UK Final Response 3 16

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Department of Health: Improving lives: work, health and disability green paper. Consultation

23 November 2016
Source: Dept of Health

This government wants to help everyone to be able to enjoy the independence, security and good health that being in work can bring. We know that the right type of work is good for an individual’s physical and mental health. Work can bring other benefits – introduce a sense of purpose, raise self-esteem, and allow people to build relationships. Many

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